Thursday, January 27, 2022


Students of Delhi Public School pledge to protect nature

Hyderabad: The students of grade III and IV of Delhi Public School, Nacharam learnt the definition of biodiversity by watching a video and taking...

Osmania University to become sanctuary for butterflies

University campus will soon be home to a butterfly garden which will be coming up near the Zoology department

TTD to cut down exotic plant species spread over 2,000 acres

Earlier, the officials introduced the species, native to Australia, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, to increase green cover. However, it has eventually affected the soil acidity, thereby preventing other plants from thriving.

Check collapse of civilisation

The ongoing extinction, Holocene, is being caused by the activities of “One Weedy Species” – humans

Traditional farming to help end global hunger

Sustainable heritage agriculture could be an answer to the problem of global food security.

Study indicates global warming could reduce biodiversity in tropics

The bulging, equator-belted midsection of Earth currently teems with a greater diversity of life than anywhere else - a biodiversity that generally wanes when moving from the tropics to the mid-latitudes

Economic growth, deadlier pandemics

We need to stop thinking of ourselves as somehow above or outside the natural systems that support us

No snake soup for Hong Kong’s young snake catcher

Ken Lee, a new breed of snake catchers strive to release the reptiles back into nature

Join hands with govt to conserve nature, Indrakaran Reddy tells students

Minister was speaking at the first graduation ceremony of 49 first batch of students of FCRI in Mulug of Siddipet

Can we bring back extinct animals?

The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) guidelines define de-extinction as the generation of proxies of extinct species that are functionally equivalent to the original extinct species, but are not ‘replicas’.

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